Adrian Ferré-D'Amaré wins 2004 Eli Lilly research award

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Adrian Ferré-D'Amaré wins 2004 Eli Lilly research award

May 6, 2004

Dr. Adrian Ferré-D'Amaré, a structural biologist in the Basic Sciences Division, has won the 2004 Eli Lilly and Company Research Award. He will accept the award during the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) May 23-27 in New Orleans.

The award — ASM's oldest and most prestigious prize — rewards fundamental research of unusual merit in microbiology or immunology by an individual on the threshold of his or her career.

Ferré-D'Amaré will receive a cash prize of $2,000, a commemorative piece and travel to the ASM meeting, where he will deliver the Eli Lilly Award lecture.

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